Whose Line is it Anyway? returns to TV tonight for a 12-episode season with at least one new face. The Talk’s Aisha Tyler will fill Drew Carey’s old seat as host, while Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie and Ryan Stiles reunite on stage for the show's new run on The CW. READ MORE
Looks like Victoria Grayson’s (Madeleine Stowe) first born child is headed to the Hamptons. E! Online is reporting Justin Hartley (Ex-Fox; Passions) has landed the role of Patrick, Victoria’s eldest child.
According to the site, the former Smallville and Emily Owens M.D. star’s character will shake up the rich and shameless playground where his mother resides. Look for Hartley to sign on for a multi-episode arc, when the show returns for season three later this fall. READ MORE
The CW Unveils Promos for The Tomorrow People, The 100, Reign, Star-Crossed and The Originals (VIDEO)By Luke Kerr on June 04, 2013
The CW will debut a number of new teen soaps next season. From Mary Queen of Scots in Reign to an alien/human love affair in Star-Crossed, the netlet is hoping its high-concept content will lead to big ratings.
Get ready to see some familiar faces return to daytime, er, "anytime" this summer. The Online Network announced former Guiding Light star Ron Raines, along with As The World Turns’ Paolo Seganti and Marnie Schulenburg are joining One Life to Live.
Raines will play Carl Peterson, an enigmatic financial benefactor to Jeffrey (Corbin Bleu). Seganti will slip into the role of Arturo Bandini, a rich patron of the arts. Schulenberg has signed on to play Jo Sullivan, a producer of David’s (Tuc Watkins) new reality series. READ MORE
Soap Opera Digest is reporting Supernatural alum Mishael Morgan has landed a role on The Young and the Restless. According to the magazine's site, Morgan will play Hilary Curtis, whose first scenes will be with Cane (Daniel Goddard) and Lily (Christel Khalil). Morgan's first airdate is slated for June 14. READ MORE